High Times, Hard Times - Chapter 13: I'm Still Here, Epilogue Summary & Analysis

Anita O'Day
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Chapter 13: I'm Still Here, Epilogue Summary and Analysis

Escaping the hospital and obtaining airfare to Hawaii, provided by John, Anita is settled into an efficiency apartment to undergo withdrawal again. She has a supply of Dolophine pills (comparable to Methadone) and uses them sparingly to make them last. She begins to read the Bible and finds help in many passages. Anita meets an elderly man, Alfred Harned, who offers her food and lodging. He was once a guitar player who now has a position with the musician's union. Alfred writes a song, "Candlelight and Wine," which Anita later successfully records. She credits Alfred with giving her the wonderful support to remain clean and to once again pursue her career.

Eventually, in 1968, Anita is well enough to complete a six-week tour of the Far East, organized by friends now living there. Achieving...

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